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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 14th, 1910. SWEET The Lethbridge Daily Herald Section 11 More sold than all other brands combined EASY VICTORY The Y. M- C. A. Fought Hard To Turn the Tide of Battle But Their Efforts Failed To Stop the Dauntless English- men From Scoring 6 Goals To 1 RESULTS Of the, Land Drawing Contest At the drawing contest last night in front of the gsand stand alter game, J. II. Fleetwood and T. the S. McKcnzie officiaeed. Charles .Jones, the Mascot for the Lethbridge ball team, making the draw. The follow- ing aro the lucky numbers Isb draw, lots in Park- dale Addition, Oity of Lethbridge. 2nd draw, lots in Morn- ingskle Addition, City of Lethbridge. 3rd draw, lots in Town of Taber. 4th draw, lots in Town i in the hardest fought game of this season, the Y. M. C. A. football team went down to defeat uefore the S. 0. K. indomitables, to a score that ran to the tune of The game did not commence until (5.5U, just twenty minutes than was called for. The Y. M. C. A. won the toss, and kicked with the wind. Down came the ball into Y. M. C. A. terri- tory, in close proximity to the goal. Fail-brother shot, but the ball Hew wide. Now followed a pretty piece of combination. Hawkins -bunted on a pass from Fall-brother, but ball flew high. Again Hawkins made a pretty turn from left field, the ball rolling along the top of the goal and drop- ping outside. Immediately after Hot berton shot from centre and grazed the post. The wind, however, play- ied havoc with the ball and a great ipart of the first half was spent in EDMONTON SEEMS SORE Because Lethbridge the field. suited. Again I-IoIberton shot, but was off- again. For the first twenty minutes the play was even, the bal Imaking circuits in any direction lured on by the wind. Fouls were numerous, while free kicks resulted in corners. Just at this juncture a warlike en- counter resulted in a scuffle in front of "the S. O. E. goal, and from the melee of arms and legs the call was bored in upon the nets, counting one for the V. M. C. A. stalwarts. With the game a tie, the players started to limber up and enthusiasm ran high. "Come on, the was responded to by "Come along, the Y. M." After a rim the whole length or the field Joyce scored again for the S. 0. E. team on a pass near the touch line. Back goes the ball into S. O. E territory, but Sumner does good work and clears effectively. Xow comes one of the finest plays of Edmonton Athletes Contemplate Or- ganizing An Independent Associa- tion Which Will Meet Their Re- Kdmonton, May the Alberta Amateur Athletic Association dead or merely is the question be- ing asked by many athletes through- out the province. Dissatisfaction has existed ever since its organization and lias at last reached a point where steps are being taken to form an in- dependent association which will be alive to the athletic needs of the pro- vince. Whether this -will take the form of an outlaw association or will adopt the regulations of the present organiza A large number ot the boys are in fav or of the former adopting rules sim ilar to those recognized by the out- CHAMPIONS TURNED TABLE ON MINERS The Lethbridge Nine Were Easy Victims Of Medicine Hat Game Was Protested In the Eighth Innings THE BASE BALL BOY or man either, can have all his wants supplied at this store. We have balls, ba-ts, masks, gtbves, breast and everything needed for the game. Come in uiti] get your outfit for this season. OUR SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS are the kind that make'winners out of the users. We carry everything for every line of sport so you are in- cluded in the invitation to come and have a look. Don't buy if you don't want to. But you'll want to when you see our showmg. ITH the n d n o thing but hard luck in out to Chesty Cox, who makes a fine running catch of it close to the ground. Harper three strikes. Dav- idson scratched. Gordon receives a pass. Sturgeon fanned. No runs. goes out on a fly ball to left. Chick an easy vic- tim, and so was Brogan. Fifth Innings. .Medicine Bennett, as per usual, receives a pass. McCarter sac- wake rificed. Zimmerman floats out law club which existed in the east a number of years ago. But the ma- jority of the field and track athletes would rather have the present one for the home team, the .Medicine Hat gasometers (pardon, champions) routed the former at the ball park last evening in slick style. It was .Med- icine Hat all the way. They took the lead in the second innings by pil- ing up three runs, while their oppo- nents calmly looked on askance, as if they were used to Ir. Two or three times we started in the evening. Starting the hall from -'reorganized on a working basis -with of Cacdston. 5th draw, lots in Town keeping Uie f I [The shots were not properly gauged 6th draw, '2947-Two lots in consequently the wind carrie the throwg t-irst; nmner goes to seconclf McCarter wt C XVllWvv t V.V> UHC Aftc Hot Bout Under Lumber "SlU and wel1 placed in On Sc11mldt aml Schmidt, for-jOr it is a very small charge, n-'ic t'lirtf Viiif W.irfls i _ Rules, Scrappy Oriental Made the Caucasian Flee. was shot but saved by once competes if the rules of the Au-ietic to lhfi he was immediately Ollt( according to the rules of the game, whether the ball was caught or not, association are followed to the letter. Vancouver. May somewhat unusual sporting event was nulled off j about, ten o'clock night, on Pen-1 der street, near the old post office, j when a scratching, hysterical, "yaa-j aa yumichi-ing Chinaman." and a white man engaged in a free-for-all I "rough and tumble." on the roadway and across the sidewalk. What it; was all about was not divulged by the J participants The "glad rags" of the white man i must have suffered greviotzs and his hat was crushed into an aK most unrecognizable piece of felt; bring used as "the First the Chinaman would secure a body hold, then the white man would twist him over for the count, quickly; followed by the "wily one" getting; busy with his nails. Tben a half-; nelson was essayed by the but the col-like antics of Uie Celestial! make this move of no avail. t There was no ref-cree to see fair play was observed, although street car. upon wliioh the reporter! who witnessed the occurrence, was! brought to a standstill by the motor- man, who either was afraid of them rolling underneath the wheels or was desirous of faking in the scrap. Much to the disgust of the .bystanders, who their approval when the Chinaman stopped one. or groaned in unison with (he other participant of the free-for-all when be got his. after dealing what be thought was a 'knock out.' the Caucasian found that the Celestial was not. hy any means down; and out. but eager continue tliej conflict, and concluding that discre-j tion was the better parr, of valor or afraid of getting arrested he turned and ignominiously fled down the' street pursued by the Chinaman. Asj neither of the combatants figure at! the police court this morning the j white man must have been the fleet- est of foot, as when last seen he was heading down Granvillo street, fol- lowed by the Chinese murmuring an- athemas and hurling imprecations, while the crowd slowly dispersed la- menting such a tame finish to what promised to be a highly sensational sporting event. For the Street or Office no Clothing more Satisfying than Fashion-Craft. Graceful Contour maintained at all times and in all postures. Materials suitable for any required use. Priced from 5 to Shop McKELVIE McGUIRE Lethbridge ion which to suspend the men, but the 'rules of the Alberta Amateur Athletic require it. The beginning of the Alberta Ama- jieur Athletic Association is lost in the iobscurity of the past. So far as can ibe learned it was organized about tnree years afro, when the general secretaries of the Edmonton and Cal- gary Y. M. C. A.'s got into communi- cation, perhaps held a. meeting be- tween themselves, and decided that such an association would greatly benefit sport in ibis province, and so it would, if properly managed. They invited a number of politicians who. j perhaps, in their younger days, were j interested in athletics, but who now [are engaged in the higher and more !interesting game of politics, to take on the board of governors. As 'it would be easy 1r> avoid any work, iand as it. would add greatly to their j popularity among the younger men in jthe province, they accepted with al- [acrity. and so we have a governing jboard made of figureheads. Since then, if any new ones have I been added, they have been appointed by the board, and not by the athletes i who are directly concerned with their irulings. An annual meeting at which all the business for the coming year is completed, and the dates and places ot" the athletic, meets arc decided. Here we have five or six district gov- ernors who are not interested in eith- er men or their competitions, who may or may not meet, but never decide anything. This spring, a few weoks ago, the people of the province beheld the strange and undignified spectacle of a dispute over the situation of t.be Pro- vinrial Athletic meet. K. went to the SoTiMi. and now that it been [decided every athlete in Edmonton i will do all he ean to assist it. But to say Uie least, the dispute was ivn- ,dignirieri. The organizing of an independent association would to a great extent eliminate trx caused by the ruimg to the standing of am- ateurs. Under It, amateurs would be i permitted to compete with profession- ials, so long as neither they nor the [pros received any money. The pre- jsent ruling is considered by many to i be too exacting. back of second, scoring Bennett. Mc- Carter steals successfully. Claflin fanned out. One run. again singles. .Mackin puts the ball into Zimmer- znan's hands in left which was drop- ped. O'Hayer on second, Mackin on first. Head out on an infield fly. Cox put one down to first, pitcher covers the bag, but fails to touch.it. 'All safe. Lynch flies out 10 centre, and O'Hayer scored on the throw to Dudley out. One run. NATIONAL At Pittsburg................. 0 Philadelphia 4 At Cincinnati 2 Brooklyn 8 At' Boston- Chicago 0 Boston 3 At New York St. Louis 13 York 4 AMERICAN At New Neve York 3 Detroit 5 At but runners must stay on bases. Page, who fielded the ball saw fit to pur- poselv drop it, and proceeded to I jtlie plate, spring a new one by putting 0 Haver j out. who to all appearances was per-j Eighth Innings. fectly safe. This move by Page was- Medicine struck out. upheld by the umpire, and Chesty! Harper hit fora triple. Davidson Cox immediately protested the game, j lofts one out to Chick, ami Harper After that ir. was all over with in on Uie throw. Gordon fan- rosy looking lucky eighth. O'Hayer's hitting was a decided fea- ture, though it could have been more opportune. He hit safely three times and walked once in four times at bat. First Innings. Medicine struck our. j Bennett did tlie same. .McCarter al- i so fanned. Xo runs. pounded. Mac- in forced out at second. Head safe on first. Cox out. Xo runs. Second Innings. Medicine singled 11 13 14 8 St. Louis 1 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 7 Cleveland 2 At Washington 5 Chicago i 4 12 10 4 14 4 9 5 Regina Wins Another Moose Jaw, May the thirteenth clay of May, was indeed un- lucky enough for Moose Jaw. StupW neil out. One run. Lethbridge Cluck safe on a sfratdi. Pieh singled to lefr, advan- and errors were crlt' niiiLr Chick a base. Lezie. too, gets a scratch hit, putting Pieh on second and scoring Chick. O'Hayer takes a walk. Three on. Mackin hits to j third and Pieh is forced- out at the i plate. Lezie. O'Hayer, and j Mackin on the bases, Head knocks a punk infield fly which retires him, but the Hat's second baseman pur- Iposely dropped tlie ball and touches O'Hayer out at second, and is sus- ical places. Gilchrist, aithough not In form, was very good, and Hooker kept the hits well scattered. The feature of the game was a double play for the locals, catching a runner at home plate. The eighth was disas- trous for the Robins. A base on balls, a hit. two sacrifices and two errors accounted for Jhree runs in that per- iod. itegina. f> 5 tho umpire. Manager Cox Mooso 3 protest against this to left. He forced out at sec-ientftrptl a wri ond by Claflin. Page hit safely and ruling, which wHl have to bo dealt Clafiin scored. Harper fanned. league. iiison drove tiic ball past Cox, who re-i Ninth Innings. laved a throw to catch Page scoring.- Hat_Hennett out. .Mo- but. Maekln threw over Lyneh's heart. :Cai..or mts> vimmorman Fiooper and .McXutt; Gilchrist and Mclntosli. Umpire Voss. Calgary Won Handily the and Page and Davidson were allowed worR a a safe journey home. Three runs. brror., Let.hhridge-.loe Lynch pulled fhry i liome. ieani jout in quirk order. Score by innings: Ma; with side Texas leaguer. Dudley hit to short. and Lynch cut off at second; a double play was attempted, but the hall went wide off first and Dudley j wen: to second. Cluck out on fly to left. Dudley takes third on a bad throw. Brogan hit by pitciicr. Lezie; out. Xo runs. Third nnings. Medin'ne hit too j hard for Dudley to handle: Hen i forced Sturgeon out at second: j Dudley here makes a brilliant catch.' Bennett steals to third, and oomes in on Zimmerman's hit. Claflin retired the side. One run. j hits clean be-! tween second and short, takes second on pass ball by Davidson. Mackin out at first. Head hits to Claflin and the ball Js fumbled, runner goes safe; O'Hayer scored. Lynch out. One run. Fourth Innings. Medicine whistles one Calgary. May won the game rtiis afternoon by the score of six to two. The game was won in tiic -ttM-emh. inning when with bases full. Flanagan batting for Tallant, cleared the bases and the balloon stay- ed up until two more runs -were scor- ed. Standridge pitched a good game, bllt outpitchcd him m all but Kit.tories: Lftlibridse. Lrzie and the seventh inning. This evening an Lynch. Medicine Hat, Gordon and exhibition game was played between Davidson. Umpire, Flaherty. and Edmonton, resulting in a tie score, one to one. Calgary 7 2 Edmonton 4 1 anrl Stanley: Dell and Goucuee. Umpire Longnecker. Bramlon-VYinnipee, no game, wet JUNIORS PLAY BALL. In a practice game of baseball among Lothhridgp. juniors played last evening on tne Square, the Boys Club pur. it. over the Giants to the tune of Following arc the narne-> of players: Boys grounds. Fisk, Kedmond. K g Peck. Link and D to se Giants: Mnnroi Lethbridge. beth and McCul I Livingstone,